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The Jewish Floridian ( January 5, 1934 )

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wJewisti filariidliiai m 7. NO. 1 Jewish News Around The World Mnawiinl Permits Italian Jews In Raise Funds for German Jews LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1934 Price Five Cents Rome. — For the first time Since tlie persecution of Jews began in Germany, Italian Jewry ha-s launched a drive for funds to help their co-religionists in Germany. Already 22,000 liras i$2,0001 has been raised. No campaign has been held until now because it was understood that it would not meet with the approval of Premier Mussolini. Football COkCh Joins Sabbath Observers and Will Shun Saturday Games Long Beach, Cal. — The Football team of the Long Beach Junior College will have to get along without Its coach at Saturday games next season or else get B new mentor because Coach Oak Smith has become a member of the Seventh Day jAdventlsts. who, like the Jews, keep Saturday as the Sabbath. Smith informed the colluthortthi thai '"' would not be with the team on Saurdays because that would violate his religious scruples IDs, .mini's Daughter Weds Vladimir Horowitz Milan. 11 a ly. — Two great musical names, one Italian and the other Jewish, were joined when Wanda Tuscanmi. daughter of Artiiio Toscaninl, the famous orchestral conductor, was married here to Vladimir Horowitz, noted pianist. Conference to Expand Jewish Adult Education Among Women New York.—A, conference to discuss means of spreading the idea of adult Jewish >education among women and to exchange ideas on problems affecting the Jewish educatlon of American Jewish womanhood will be held on January 14 at Temple Emanu-E" under the auspices of the School of the Jewish Woman. All Jewish women's organizations have been invited to send three delegates. Otto Kahn Urges Jews to Stand Dp And Be Counted With Their I eople Conference To Beth Jacob Tamp£ Y.M.H.A. Begin Soon Plans Building Purchases Home • %  —* Plans for the Florida conference Of Orthodox and Conservative Rab| bis and laymen include the discus\ %  slon of important communal prob! lems of the State affecting the wel: fare of the Jewish synagogues and i Institutions throughout Florida. Subjects for discussion by prominent laymen will be assigned by the Agenda Committee which Is headed by Mr. Stanley C. Myers presi, dent of Beth David Congregation. A discussion of the papers Will fol1 low. Problems to be acted on are | Inter-synagogal activities, Intercommunity interests. Synagogue attendance, financial problems, and child and adult education. Great Interest Is being shown by a number ol communities In the State who have signified their Intention to bring a large delegation to Miami and Miami Beach for the sessions which will last two days, January 21st and 22nd. Sessions will be held Sunday morning and afternoon, a banquet Sunday night, and two sessions Monday afternoon and night, with a sight seeing trip Monday morning. A meeting of the Greater Miami conference committee will be held sometime next week. At a special meeting of Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach, plans for the erection of a ont story Talmud Torah building to be built in the rear of the Synagogue, were adopted. The building committee which will have full charge of the erection consists of Jacob Becker, Harry Wasserman. Harry Levitt, and I. L. Mintzer. The building will provide four class rooms for the Talmud Torah and Sunday school, which when the removable partition will be taken out will afford a large auditorium capable of seating several hundred people. Erection of the building became necessary because of the unprecedented growth of the Talmud Torah under the learship of Rabbi David I. Rosenbloom of the Congregation, who came to the pulpit of Beth Jacob during the past High Holy Days. From the continual increase in the attendance it became apparent that a Talmud Torah would be indispensable. A teacher will be engaged shortly to assist the Rabbi in the instruction of the children. Girl's Division Starts Contest Morris Plan Bank Moves With the subject of "How the Girl's Division of the Y. M. H. A. can contribute to the general welfare of the Jewish Community" as the subject of a prize contest, the Girls Division of the Y. M. H. A. announced that entries could be received for the best composition to be written on this subject. Three prizes will be awarded lor the three best compositions, which must be turned in not later than January 16th. Miss Bernice Schwartz Is chairman of a committee that will choose three impartial judges to select the winners. Fight Postponed To Tuesday New York. — Otto H. Kahn I he distinguished Jewish banker and art patron whose Jewishness lias always been, to say the least. tepid, stirred an audience of 2,000 people at a rally of the Federation for the Support of Jewish Philanthropic Societies, with a plea "to reaffirm their loyal'y to Jewry in the face of bitter and ruthless per| -edition." Mr. Kahn also said "this is the time indeed for every one of us to heed the call of the blood which courses in his veins and loyally and proudly stand up and be counted with his fellow Jews." Because of the inability of the management of the Coliseum at Coral Gables to provide adequate seating arrangements in time, the Johnny Rlsko-Jimmy Maloney fight scheduled for last night was postponed to next Tuesday evening. January 9th. Interest in this battle is now at fever heat, with the promise that the winner will be given The Morris Plan Company Ol Miami, for four years at 105 N. E. First avenue, has moved into larger banking rooms at 46 W. Flaglei si net The new quarters have been equipped with modern facilities and additional conveniences for carrying on every phase of the company's service with the maximum of efficiency, Vincent R. Bike, who Is In active management, stated An added feature i.s a safety deposit vault containing 1.600 individual boxes. The location was chosen. Mr Brice said, for its greater convenience and accessibility, as well a.s its added space. The steady growth of the Morris Plan Company's business since it was organized here in 1925 by a group of Miamians. is given by Mr. Brice as the principal reason for acquiring more commodious quarters. Patronage has increased from a few hundred savings and loan customers the first year to more than 5.000. During December. 1933. more than 250 persons opened savings accounts. Mr. Brice reported. The Morris Plan Company of Miami operates under a franchise from the Morris Plan Company ol America. New York City, the paI rent institution, and under the supervision of the state banking department. Albert Morris, founder of the first Morris Plan institution, had in mind primarily an organizaThe sale of the old German club building. Nebraska and Ross Avenues, for a Y. M. H. A. headquarters building was announced last week in connection with an announcement of a program of young people's activities. The building a three story struc ture built about 20 years ago by the pre-war German club at a cast of about $40,000 was sold by the Pilot Life Insurance Co. to the Y. M. H. A. for $18,000. The building has a large assembly hall, theater, gymnasium, bowling alley, and other facilities for athletic activities. Contracts arcbeing awarded for remodeling and renovating. The Y. M. H. A. will move in about three weeks from Its present quarters, 1!02 N. Boulevard, to its new quarters. The new Y M H. A. program includes both cultural and athletic activities to be carried out through organization within the organization. Including the Dictator's club. Cosmopolitan club. Fine Arts club and a number of girls clubs. i Announcements, CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orlhodoil "I Wahinnton AM.. Miami Beach DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi. The usual early services begin at i 4:30 with the late services following at 8 p. m. when Rabbi Rosen| bloom will preach on "Immortality." Cantor Boris Schlachman will chant the traditional service. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 when the Rabbi will preach a sermon in Yiddish on the weekly Biblical portion. Shalosh Saudah will follow Mincha at 4:30 p. m. Saturday night at 9 p. m. the Rabbi will be hast at his home at a "Mlavc Molke." and will deliver a "Pilpul." Jai-Alai Fronton Onens a match with the winner of the Garnera-Loughran fight to be held tion that would serve the salaried here next month. Promoting this fight which should provide excellent entertainment for the boxing fans, are the well known fight promoters Ed Douglas and "Pa" Stribling. Tickets are now on sale at strategic points in Miami. Miami Beach and Coral Gables and should be bought immediately because a capacity crowd is expected. Both fighters are popular locally. individual, following the establishment of credit, by making loans on such terms as would make possible their repayment without hardship, at moderate rates of interest, and also to provide a safe place for savings deposits. The slogan of the company Is "No one ever last a dollar of savings or interest in a Morris Plan Bank." Officers of the Morris Plan ComJai alai. the speedy Spanish sport, returned to Miami last night alter a year's absence. Those who like to see the Latin athletes flick the pelota from their big. curved cestas; like to hear the whack of the ball against the wall and like to hear the players hurl Spanish epithets into the atmosphere when they miss B shot will travel out to N. W. Thirty-sixth tree! and Thirty-sixth avenue to .see the huge Blscayne fronton again open. Elaborate preparations for a season of 15 weeks have been made by F. W. Wynn. president The new operating company Is compased ot stockholders who all are Dade county citizens. A ruling has been made that every employe must have lived in the county for three or more years, making the fronton a strictly local institution, with the exception of the players, who are from various nations. A group of well-known performers has been secured for the season of 15 weeks. Among the players who have arrived are Mir, Firmin and Cesar of Mexico; Esquival of Peru; Echeverria of Argentina: Alvarez of Bogota, and from Havana, Madrid, Fedcrico. Laguna. Charlie. Hevia. Goyo. Gracia, Antonio, Ortega. Luis, Ramas, Llano. Hernandez and Michelena, the "Babe Ruth of Jai Alai." pany of Miami are Dr. Joan Clayton Gifford. president; A. M. Watts and J. P. Simmons, vice presidents; Mr. Brice, treasurer; G. C. Lyman. assistant treasurer; Paul R. G. Sjostrom. secretary, and D. W. Brown, assistant secretary. Directors are Mr. Brice, Dr. Gifford. W. H. R. Hecht, Mr. Simmons. Mr. Sjostrom, R. L. Stewart, L. J. Stranahan, Mr. Watts and Oscar Daniels. TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI I Reform I 111 N. K. Nineteenth Street DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi Regular Friday night services begin at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan will speak on the subject "The Dogmas of Science and the Science of Religious Dogmas." Saturday morning class in Hebrew meets at 10 o'clock Sunday morning at 9 o'clock the confirmation class, and 9:30 to 10 beginners class in Hebrew, and from 10 to 12 the regular Sunday School. BETH DAVID CONGREGATION 'Conservative t ISI V W. Third Avenue MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi Early services begin at 4:30 p. m. with the late services at 8 o'clock tonight. The Rabbi will preach on A Retrospection—Have We Lived In Vain." in view of the close of the calendar year of the citizenry of this land. Cantor Louis Hayman and the choir will chant the usual traditional music. Saturday morning services begin at 8:30 a. m. The Junior Congregation meets at 10:30 a. m. MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Ktrthodoi) 154J S. W. Third Street JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi The usual early services begin at 4:30 with the late services at 8:30 when Rabbi Washer will preach a sermon on "Brick and Mortar." The usual congregational singing and chanting will be conducted. Following the sen ices the Ladies Auxiliary will be hosts in the vestry room. Saturday morning sen-ices begin at 9 a. m. with Shalosh Saudah and Mincha at 4:30 p. m. Radio Synagog Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and director of the Radio Synagog, will preach over WIOD at ten o'clock on Sunday morning on "Arrogance Or Modesty?" In addition to the sermon there will be prayers, music, scripture reading, and a question box. >.



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Page Two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 5, 1934 V SOCIETY %  :• Plans for the dance of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation to be held the latter part of January or the early part of February will be announced in our next Lssue. This dance is the tint dance for the current season and is an annual event The proceeds are to be used towards the upkeep of the Talmud Torah sponsored by the organization. Both David Congregation was host last Wednesday night to a large number of its member.^ guests at a smoker in the Talmud Torah building. Boxing bouts, and vaudeville acts were presented, with mi nfc served at the close of th evening. • An important meeting of the Greater Miami O mi A tion was held la at the Beth David Talmud Torah building A in... port lor the ix months was presented by the finam. etary and the %  (! that thirteen adult and one infant death had beer, handled by the six monti The orga:.. which is operated b; ntativ, ol thn On Miami Synathi >_rhood of Che. F::.. n the Jewish sec.:: the Wuodlawn Cemetery. .: the Jew... urging the ": bute l such other artlt they can \,lult 20c •... I lie %  %  p.nt *und> Phone 8-6551 Evenings 20c Sunday-Mondaj Ian. 7-8 Cl E COLBERT BEN LV "] Cover the Waterfront" •o the rummage store operated by the organization. ties are used t. the welfai ...:.. In n this time Th< thai an an io bring them to t: rticli illed :er MiUU Bert a tonsllectomj The ttrst of Junior i: 1 Mondaj '•:.:. h Roorr. Of tl %  Hotel A : | %  at th< %  I. L Rl .. ::...: Mi :.: :• %  : Ml D Mi • Cha I %  %  : : Si I • ; brooms in Monday by a board ::.• %  : A: Inter I ::...:. : thl mittee. The public is inttei Relri imi ni : ved. : i .:..!.<:-: thl '' Icj party 1 venlng, mber 8 %  %  : it 8 CLAl'DETTE COLBERT %  He vill nov fet much more for his money in IheTOaCSlN STORES. for information vrlte or visit your local banlc or authorized i Wilfred Lucas, veteran of morn than ion picture ho pi ij an Important role In "I Cover thi Waterfront." Relianci intic thrillit h Clau|i tti Colbert Bi n I | on, Ernesi i and othi r pen onalitie; ed ii thi reel torj based :.-. Miller's best-selling book. It will be seen al the 7th Avenue tn en S inday and Monday. Sinci 1907 when many ol the I toda; wer unborn. Lucas has laeed the r most oi the Important %  mpanies In America and abroad ears he was a star in his own supported practlcal%  every star ol the past quarter iry. Lucas' characterization in "i Cover the Waterfront,'' an Edwaid Small production directed by James Cruze, permitted him to take over •command'' for two days, of a United States Coast Guard cutter which figures in a spectacular chase oi smugglers on the high seas. • • Harriet Katzilf entertained last week at a farewell party for Miss Harriet Slaviter who left the city with her parents. A number of tames were played and prizes were awarded the winner. During the evening delicious refreshments were ved • • • Mr and Mrs P Slaviter were the II -. oi honor last we< k at a farewell party tendered them by the Woman's Club of the Workmen's Circle on their leaving Miami to their home in Tampa. During the evening a number ol farewell speeches were made and songs were sung by the guests present. Mrs. F. Slaviter was an active worker for the Woman's Club of the Workmen's Circle and Its Shule during the several years of thenlocal residence. Following the formal part of the evening's entertainment, delicious refreshments were served. • • • At a recent meeting of the Girl's Division of the Y. M. H. A. plans for redecorating the building were discussed as well as for a series of meetings at which the heads ol local organizations and the Rabbis of the Community will address the members. Songs and dances followed the business meeting. • • • Mr. and Mrs. S. Tannenbaum have as their guest Mr. Moe Harris of New York City. • • • Last Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large number of the friends of the family the weddine of Miss Sylvia Dreisen daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dreisen, to Mr. Nat L. Williams son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams was solemnized by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth David Congregation. A reception followed at the Antilla Hotel when flu ceremony was performed. Following the reception the couple lei; ior a honeymoon trip to points North. r—UoiB-r—I 1 ? 1 21 HEfDELBERG II An BEER GARDEN Luncheon ^0< 4Q* 5CV OK NEW YORK Now offers to Greater Miami STRICTLY KOSHF.R II M HEONS, TABLE D'HOTE, and A I.a CARTE MEALS J L £j and SUNDA. SEMINOLE INDIAN VILLAGE Leadership CHIEF WILLIAM McKINLBT OBCBOLA N, W, T.nt> li'lh Avenue nrt Blrtmnth Siri <;< %  WM on PLAGLEE ST. lo 27TH AVE., Turn Nnrlh Largest Collection of Captive Alligators and Crocodiles COMPLETE FLORIDA SWAMP /.(>( AND MUSEUM BM CtwW) Hill, a Heal Scminole Indian. Wrestle Ihr Alligator Indian Trading Post-I I andiwork for Sale TO OBT Til KM K—Take Any r'nr-llirr Car .ir Drive WeM on Hauler and North on 2"lh Avenue HOMES I OK SALE or RENT I In All Sections of Miami PRICED REASONABLY i Dade County Security Co. 117 N. E. First Ave. + SIDEBOTTOM Ice Cream Co. 2424 N. V.'. 7th Ave. 1100 W. Kl-sler SI. 7J1 N. W. 11th St PHONE f-smz For Fresh Sea Foods STOP AT CAPT. 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a H£B|Mi9rjBBnSPn Friday, January 5, 1934 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three i'i lil I!-Ill li EVERY FRIDAY b> the JEWISH FLORIDIAN I'I III ISHING CO. P. O. Ii..v 2S73 Miami, Florida Phone 2-1183 EDITORIAL OFFICES: 131 S. W. 15th Avenue Phone 2-1181 J. LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor i in I' K. SHOCHET. Circulation Minmr CANTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Field Representative Knlered as second CIUHS matter July 4, I'.iSO. at the Prnit Office at Miami. Florida, undtr the Act of March 3. 1879. WEST PALM BEACH ST. PETERSBURG MRS. MAE BENJAMIN. Representative ORLANDO SYLVIA BERMAN Representative TAMPA, FLA.: MRS. M. H. KISLER Representative SUBSCRIPTION Six Montha f l.N One Year $ 2.00 Vol. 7 — NO. 1 FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1934 The Variety Of Palestine Life Palestine news contains vital items: various stationery articles, such as typewriter ribbons, carbon paper, inks, paste, and so forth, will be manufactured in a new workshop about to be established by a group of people, mostly German immigrants, in Tel Aviv.— Several fishermen of Zeib. a village near Acre, were recently arrested when it was proved that they used explosives for fishing purposes.—A big haul of dynamite was stolen at the Athlit quarry—A publisher of books dealing with marital problems was fined in Jerusalem rethe Nazis are being sold in Jerusalem.—The citrus shipping is in full swing—Haifa is to have a fine new water supply as a result of the allocation of 150.000 pounds out of the forthcoming two million pound loan for Palestine—Colonel Kisch in a speech on Armistice Day declared: For every kilometer of railway from the Suez Canal to Jerusalem, fifty British soldiers fell in this theatre of war' (the Near East).—In Palestine football, the Ha-Poel opposed the Maccabee at Tel Aviv. In America this Jewish sport interest can in part be duplicated, for when the professional Giants played the Dodgers, the New York team was led by Harry Newman, quarterback, and the Brooklynites by Benny Friedman, both formerly of Michigan—Two Richard Kauffmans have settled in Palestine: both are architects, and both come from Frankfort. They are not related to each other.—We read in the 'Palestine Post" that a "Pre-Xmas Book Sale" la taking place at Jerusalem; in the next column there la an item headlined: "Electrifying Nazareth." It tells that Nazareth is to come into line with hte other modern towns in Palestine and will be electrically illuminated by the Palestine Electric Corporation, with whom the local authorities have concluded an agreement. Work Ls already in hand, and it is expected that at the end of 1933 the installation will be completed."—In a third column, we read that the Palestine Opera Company is continuing its presentation of "Rigoletto." Could anything more abundantly illustrate the variety of Palestine life?—The Scribe, THE B GLOOM MacDonald, the League of Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, on his return to this country. After pointing out that the number of refugees Ls growing, he said that the task of providing for them "constitutes a challenge to the principles of our civilization which have governed the world increasingly for nearly 2.000 years. We must either respond to that challenge, or. as it seems to me, the civilization we enjoy will receive a terrible blow." He called upon the entire world. Jews and non-Jews. Exhaustive researches show it is who believe in the fundamental nlne tlmes as nard to administer CHA^E! A whale was lost 10 days in transit between Chicago and New York Probably picked up in error by some commuter with other Christmas parcels. principles of equality before the law and of racial toleration, so painfully won through the ages," to work together to make the Refugee Commission an instrumentality which can "contribute in the fullest measure to the settlement of the refugees in new homes where they will have opportunities to build a new life for themselves and to enrich materially and culturally their new homelands." Such an appeal can not and dare not be ignored, least of all by Jews. the cod liver oil to a growing child after Santa Claus has been and gone. "Pardon me," said William Spink. at a dance, breaking in on a tete-atete between his wife and Clarence Shuler. "Pardon me. I hate to butt in, but I'd like to dance with my wife." Whereupon Mr. Shuler smiled winsomely and cracked: "That's perfectly all right. I'm sure she'll put duty before pleasure.' A n Effective Statement If there still remained in some quarters a doubt as to the intercently.—A huge oil fire recently ocnational implications of the probcurred at Haifa.—A Palestine Tour' lem created by the plight of the 1st hunt has begun, in order to German refugees it has now been prevent "illegal" Jewish entries.— There la an Increased demand for Translating Theory Into Fact "The gold and silver standard is beyond my comprehension," says pay-as-they-catch-you Prudence, "but the kind of a dollar that would The Jewish back-to-the-land 'f^ "* ^ *" e that the ln movement in this country has rej£ ,lment Electors wouldn't take ceived a tremendous impetus thru the granting of a $500,000 loan by the United States Department of the Interior to the Association for Jewish Farm Setlements which has devised a detailed plan for removing unemployed Jewish needle trade workers from the crowded urban centers to adjacent rural areas where they can combine smallscale farming and small-scale manufacturing. The scheme, known as subsistence homestead communities, is to be financed partly thru the government loan and partly by small investments made by the prospective settlers. Linking industrialism with agriculturalism has long been discussed by modern economists. This Jewish project will As science tells us half a peanut will develop enough energy for 30 minutes' thinking, surely our Lansing legislators should be good for an hour's concentrated thought apiece. Art may be long, but the artist is usually short. Envy provides the mud that failure throws at success. It's easy to fool a man who has no faith in human nature. A diplomat is a man who has acuired the art of knowing how to wait patiently until his turn comes. What a splendid thing it would be if people who lost their tempers were unable to find them again Nothing is calculated to jar an eligible girl like a young man who talks about his money but say; nothing about matrimony. When a woman goes visiting nothing hurts her so much as her inability to impress upon her hostess the idea that she is used to something better at home. Harpo Marx Ls wowing hem in Russia with his silent comedy. Many feel it was a mistake that he was never considered here for radio. "The success of Mae West shows plenty enough what the public likes," says Photoplay Magazine. And so, for that matter, does Mae. While the Greeks have studiously refrained from suggenstig to Insull where he can go, it is understood they have a word for it. A Milwaukee court sustains the right of a wife to rifle her husband's pockets, as it Ls wLser wherever possible to adjust the law to human nature. Who remembers that once va'uable bit of business advice. "Consult your banker"? And you may sometimes judge a man by the company that doesn't completely dispelled bv the frank keeu him ',. not only afford a practical test but p and effective statement analyzing asbestos fibre-Books banned by this problem issued by James G. JJn iflrnuniam MOTHER I She traveled the journey before you. [She has known all the cost of the way, | She paid out the price to its fullness | That Motherhood only can pay. | She loved when the world was against you. I She hoped—when your hope sank and died. (She clung to your hand when the clinging | Left scars in her heart deep and wide. | She labored—and loved—and was happy. I For down deep in her kind heart she knew | Your kindness and love would repay her | For all that she did—just for you. — A. S. Sbocbet. IDA SHOCHET DIED 23RD OF TEBETII, 5688 (JANUARY 15, 1928) In Loving Remembrance .... Her Children will do much to restore a needed balance to the economic life of American Jewry at the same time that it helps to cure in some measure the chronic unemploymeni problem of the Jewish needle trades workers. Reich Reliability ber of commerce at Basle, Switzerland, stated that the boycott ol German products Is causing Germany to default in her payments i<: foreign investors. Let us examine the facts. Let US determine whether the head of the Hitler Reichsbank may be relied upon. Let us ascertain if it Ls possible for a Hitler leader to tell the A man was held up at the point of a revolver near Charleroi, Pa., and forced to drink a pint of liquor. I hear the rush of thirsty to tinspot next day was so great that hundreds were killed in the jam. What ever became of all the "human flics." or are they door-todoor agents now at penthouses? God Bless You God bless you! words are empty things; We speak and think not of our saying— But in this phrase forever rings There are a billion dollars in truth about anything. The higher tenderness of pravma Germany today. This vast sum of Dr Schacht made the above It means so much-it means that we money was invested in long term mentioned statement on Mondav Would have no fears or threats German bonds. December 11. 193"1. distress you On October 1, 1933. the Reichs0n Junp 9 ,933. long before a Nor have your heart timed to a sigh Kredit-Gesellschaft. of Berlin, an German boycott was officially deGod bless you. institution which is wholly-owned | c i ared Dr schacht was personally by the German government, issued a report claiming an increase in exports for the month of 98.000.000 mark. On Monday last. Dr. Hjalmar Schacht. head of the Reichsbank. speaking before the German chain responsible for the promulgation ol This trinity of blessed words ... a decree by the German government providing for the suspension of all payments of interest and amortization on all German external commitments. Thus, the head of the German Reichsbank Ls apparently reckless with his handling of the truth. In any event. American holders ol German bonds have received nothing, which ls definitely contradictory to the statement made by Dr Schacht to the effect tha "until recent months Germany was able to pay 50 per cent on the interest of her debts." This statement of Dr Schacht s Ls a tlagrant untruth, and no one is in a better position to so categorize this deliberate falsehood as Dr. Schacht himself. Thus. American investors, or those who would do business with Hitler Germany, may be adequately warned. There seems to be no one in Germany whose word may be taken for anything— B'nai B'rith Messenger. Holds all our wishes, oldest, newest. The fairest deeds that can be wrought, The halest greetings, and the truest. It's more than wishing Joy and wealth, That kindly fortune may caress you That you may have success and health. God bless you! God bless you! why, it means so much We almost whLsper as we say it; We dream that unseen fingers touch Our hands in answer as we pray it. May all it means to all mankind In all its wondrousness possess you, Through sun and cloud and calm and wind, God bless you! —Author Unknown.



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Page hour THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, January 5, 1934 &f &f &f • &f&f&f&f &f&f &f&f &f &f&f # &f&f&f &f&f &f&f &f&f &f&f **** &f *** ***** *** &autit fcjjttagits SttUrtitt Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI .j. Founder and Director. Radio Bynmgog of Amwlea % SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA + Vol. IV. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1933 time that matter; accomplishment* that have lasting effeet* no temporary flashes of sunbeams that cannot be chained. The immortal ones whose names are indelibly recorded upon the pages of time left behind them something that lived on after their years upon earth had ended Then, of what value is it to count mere years? It appears that all the other beings who spent time upon the earth have not lived. Nothing is left of their remembrance. They just counted years; as in military No^ t parlance, they 'marked time." They stamped their feet in one place but progress. Of the many millions and hundreds of millions w Coty's Anti-Semitic Organ Ceases Publication .% • ..•..•..•..•..•..•..•..•.•:.•:••:••:• made no progress. Ol tne many iiniuuns ." %  .. u ..~..-~ I****************** ** ***************** a t one Ume inhabited this earth, only few have lived. The others were "Whv Count \ ears? born a nd died. As the year 1933. which began and which now ends, they rame into being on this sphere, and, then, left for parts unknown. Just a meaningless phrase. The world is not conscious of any improvement Scripture Reading. Psalm (XXVII At midnight, tonight, millions of human beings will escort the year So ^Zlr having"been here. Their presence here was counted in years 1933 to its exit and they will welcome the year 1934 upon Thus a new vear will creep up on them unnoticed, though hilariously received. The new year will be added to the sum total of their lives, and, they will be that much older, and one step closer to the grave and extinction.—In the commonly accepted view. I ask 'Whv count years? Why is it necessary to label the passing of time?" Arthur Brisbane, in his column, one day last week, in commenting on the case of a voung woman in a local hospital as the victim of amnesia, wrote, ". we are all in much the same condition. Here we are on earth, identified by names given to us. We don't know who we really are, whence we came or whither we are going when we leave here. We go to and fro for a few years, eat, talk, grow old. then move on. and the names that we had for a while, are put on tombstones. But who we are. of what we are, or why we come here and then go. we know as little as the unfortunate victim of amnesia." Reason ponders and has no answer for this perplexing problem of life. But Faith views the matter differently. Moses Ben Nachman, a Hebrew poet of the Thirteenth Century, summed up the problem and religion's answer in this verse. "Ere time began, ere age to age had thrilled, I waited in His storehouse, as He willed. He gave me being; but, my years fulfilled. I shall be summoned back before the King." It is true that we know not the Divine Plan. but. in our groping Faith, we believe that the soul is imperishable; that it has existed from the beginning oi time "in His storehouse," and that merely fulfil His bidding, for a time; then, we return whence we came. When you speak to mi past and present. I ask you. Why count years?" What do we know of Time? Where was today, yesterday? Where will it be. tomorrow? Whither did yesterday go? Whence shall tomorrow come? We speak of time; we have cut it into segments; and. we measure life in terms ol year.-. We speak of youth and old age; we deal in human flesh and label it "virile youth.'' "prime ot life," and senility." as if it were so much meat on the butcher's block. We disqualify B man from ,-,,.,. ; tie bears the label oi a certain year of birth, which we consider old; and we show a preference for a wine oi the vintage of i on labels and not on the objects they I haw proven the folly ol that by exchanging the labels of a cheap cigar and oi a high priced ad, then, having given then to moker, I have watched hli enjoymenl ol what he thought wa.a hi h priced cigar and I navi seei ust at what he red wa .. i heap brand ol cigar. The Sages of the Talmud warned against rrors. They advised, "Do not concern yourself with the lug, but. with what it contain There is a new jug that contains old i and an old jug that dues not even ontain new wine." In this ma they conveyed the thought that a young man may contain maturi dom, and an old man may not even have the wisdom of youth. What care you how old one is? What assurance doi Ive you? What guarantee ol maturity in mental development accompanies Ion years spent on this earth? None. The man or woman must prove him i II It is so with the fallings commonly attributed to old age. I have met men and women who had passed the age of sixty and seventy, and who displayed minds more nimble than the average youth "in his prime." and old men who were more modern and open-minded than the so-called progressive of this generation. Years are as reliable an indication as the cigar labels which I had interchanged. We must avail ourselves of time and of its opportunities without regard to the label it bears. We know only Life. And, we know only this Life which we experience at the moment. Other existences, if they have existed for us, are not part of our present consciousness. A Hebrew thinker of the Fourteenth Century. Yedaya Penini, wrote, "Use thy time as thou wouldst a doubtful companion: extract the good and avoid the evil. Avail thyself of the few opportunities of improvement in his company .... And remember that the companionship of time LS but of short duration. It flies more quickly than the shades of evening, We are like a child that grasps in his hand a sunbeam. He opens his hand soon again, but. to his amazement, finds it empty and the brightness gone As this year draws to a close, there are many who are grieved that they did not acquire more of earthly gain than they now possess. They consider the passing of the year 1933 as of a period of time during which they had been cheated. Material wealth avoided them. Their eyes and attention have been centered upon those neighbors whose earthly pi sions outnumber their own. To these I wish to quote some pearls of wisdom by Solomon Ibn Gabirol. "I compare a man in quest of worldly wood to the thirsty person who lights upon salt water; the more of it he drinks, the greater his thirst.'' "A man in quest of worldly good is like a hungry dog who has found a bone and gnaws it. From too much gnawing, blood oozes from its mouth; and the dog licks the blood, thinking that it Ls from the bone, whereas it is its own blood. Similarly while a man concentrates upon worldly matters to the exclusion of the service of God, he imagines that he is a gainer, whereas he Ls a laser since he is held answerable for his actions." "What advantage the poor man has over the rich! For thou never findest anybody rebel against the Creator for the purpose of being reduced to poverty, but only to enrich himself." Again I ask, "Why count years?" The number of years of one's life is no indication of the Life. It is the accomplishments during the lifei arrival. nol in acc0 mplishmenU>. Vain counting. But. in the words of John Edward Allen, I "Desire To Live." ••I would not have my life be one of bliss, Untouched by heart-ache, agony, despair— A pale anemic thing: My rightly prayer Is that with each new day I shall not miss High venturings, nor undeserve the hiss OI envious human moles who never dare To touch off rockets in their souls and flare Above their deepening grooves. O grant me this: That I shall scale Life's peaks, explore its glooms, Know mountained ecstasies, deep-valleyed pains— That when my last red sands by Time are sieved And Fate has struck my sinews from her looms, I shall have earned three words o'er my remains Besides was born and died— 'Between he lived'!" las MACCABEES Our Automatic 5 and Automatic 10 certificates provide low cost term protection for five or ten years and automatic conversion to a permanenl plan certificate at the end of the term period without medical examination or certificate of good health. If you have not a sufficient amount of insurance to pay all i>r your debts in case of your death, and leave your family comfortably provided tor, and an' earning only a moderate Balary or amount of income, this policy will appeal to you. it lias all the advantages of any other policy in tinforms of settlement option. SPECIFIC BENEFIT One-fifth of tin' face amount of the certificate for loss of one hand, one foot or si^ht of on.' eye, by accident. This does nol reduce the face amount of the certificate. REFUND OPTIONS Payment of refunds < dividends) after two years membership : In cash. 'This option Ls automatic if no other option Ls id. i By leaving the refunds with the Society to accumulate at Hie rate ol Interest earned by The Maccabee.s Hate the lust year, age 35, $12.10. A M. COFFIN, stat.' Manager Tli.' Maccabees, L'L't; Seybold Bldg., Miami. Florida. Dear Sir: I would like to Know more about your Bpecial policies. Name Address Age k Paris—L'Ami du People, the anti-Semitic newspaper published by Pierre Coty. the rabid antiSemitic perfume manufacturer, has discontinued publication. The French courts are now liquidating the paper's interests. The girl chum says the successful man who started on a shoestring always kept hLs best foot forward Cheer up. everybody, the lie detector doesn't work. "id you ring?" "No. the bell did." Delaney & Beers Kodak Finiahing and Enlarging Commarrial Work and Harnc Portrait! 50% Off on All Amateur Work 212 N. E. 4th St. Phona 1-S185 Soy Bean Bread and other vegetable bread* GOOD HEALTH BAKING COMPANY, INC. 21SS W. Flagler St. Phona Mill 1401 Washington Avenue, M. B. The "Good Health" Kind •+ King Funeral Home Vo Sen c // iimauil) He tier Operated by FRANK G. McGHAN'S WIDOW 29 N. W. 3rd Av. Phones 2-3535—3-1624 J2JHreJrireJr!Jr!raJr!JHraraJZJ2JHJ2JHfi keeping ARE WE faith with those who trust us. are wc living up to our obligations il we n k their future happiness by ignoring the problems that would arise for them it. some day, we ilnl not come home? Life insurance oilers the safe and certain answer. There is no substitute. A Southern lealth &: Life Insurance Policy on each one is necessary to protect the others from the privation .\m\ expense Caused In the last illness and death. A few pennies each week is the total cost. SOUTHERN LIFE & HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANY T. S. COOK, Manager Gia Realty Board Bide. Phone 2-34is rvnwziisziziwwzsssznsvc SKNI) VOIR LAINDRY TO THE HOME SERVICE | I ,aundry HOY II. TI'RNEK. Prop. 122.1 S. W. 6lh St. Phona l-MM WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER led IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANT. lUeib!



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ttday, January 5. 1934 1 H E JEWISH FLORIDIAN SOCIETY LVy '*'-' <' %  '.' c-.v I With the opening of Trotzky's of lew York new restaurant at Miami each, this section will be afforded strictly kosher restaurant on liami Beach with facilities and Irvice of the most metropolitan jiaiacter. In charge and under the Irection of a member of the fam,s Trotzky family of New York, liicli has enjoyed a reputation for rict kashrus at all times both in leu restaurants and summer Jin iv.. the local branch will spealize in serving the finest of fcicheons, table d'hote and a la In.' meals at all times. Attention 111 be paid to the catering of bankets, weddings, and similar social — t Page Five PLAYING AT THE TIVOLl THEATRE V0LI hnir> (1:43 mil 0:00 P. M. 20c till G:30—Evening 25c Matinees Dally Sunday-Monday, Jan. 7-8 INC! CROSBY—JACK OAKIE "College Humor" All Star Cast Ve Will Make Any 1 ]ar Look Like New We Have Been Doing It For 20 Years PAINTING BODY AND FENDER WORK ENKINS&FREY 1233 N. E. First Ave. S. If this ad is brought in ith this job it will save you 5 r ',. )on't forget It. DON'T NEGLECT ilir Child's Hebrew Education; frlvate lessons arranged at your •nvenience. For competent Induction consult Rabbi Max uipiro at Miami and Rabbi tovld I Rosenbloom at Miami *ch. + 8SS : functions. Thoroughly renovated the beautiful dining room is a pleasant place in which to dine. • • • Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Miami Beach will hold an important meeting next Monday, January 8th, beginning at 2:30 p. m. at the home of Rabbi and Mrs. David I. Rosenbloom adjoining the synagogue. All members are urged to attend. • • • Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg held an informal reception and afternoon tea last Sunday afternoon at their home in Shenandoah In honor of the Bar Mitzva of their nephew Clarence S. Turkel. More i-han 150 guests attended. The hostess was assisted by Mesdames B, L. Reisner, H. I. Magid. Chas. Greenfield, and Miss Beatrice Turkel. A buffet luncheon was served during the afternoon. • • a Beth David is sponsoring a gala musical concert under the direction of Cantor Louis Hayman who will be assisted by Beth David Choir, on Sunday evening. January 14th. beginning at 8 p. m. Cantor Hayman will be assisted by a number of local and visiting artists Beth David Sisterhood will sponI Bor a congregation dinner at tinBeth David Talmud Torah on Sunday evening. January 28th. full de: tails of which will appear in our next Issue. • • • Miss Tease Steinberg with her guests Miss Cornblatt of Columbus. M and Miss Bea Israel of Sheffield. Ala., who visited Miss Steinberg's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Steinberg in Miami Beach, returned to resume their studies at the University of Alabama. • • • Miami Chapter Council of Jewish Women will sponsor a musical tea at the Strathaven Hotel sometime in February in charge of Mrs. Daniel Cromer who will be assisted by Mana Zucca. The organization SCENE OF "COLLEGE HUMOR' will also sponsor a benefit bridge party at the home of Mrs. Marcus Weingarten. 5763 Pine Tree Drive. Miami Beach, on January 16th. with Mrs. Charles Greenfield as chairman. Bridge classes sponsored by the organization under the tuteliage of Mrs. Albertson at her home 437 N. E. 29th st.. began last Tuesday afternoon and will continue through the season. • • The Miami chapter of Senior Hadassah raised more than lour hundred dollars which will be devoted to the hospital work of the organization in Palestine, at the New Year's eve ball last Sunday nigh) at the Blackstone Hotel. In charge of arrangements was a committee headed by Mrs. Sam Simonhoff Dancing and entertainment was provided during the evening. You i'"' '''" buy 14 BILTMORK LAUNDRY SERVICE at a price that fits v>ur pockttbookl PHONE :: %  : % % %  -. 21 N. VV. 9TII ST. DINING IS A PLEASURE AT THE 14th St. and Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH WM. CAPLAND, Manager THE FINEST IN FOOD DELICIOUSLY PREPARED 'Quality and Service Unsurpassed" WHITE BELT DAIRY ERECTED 1907 and operated primarily In the Interest of Infanta and children of thla community. 26 yeara' unbroken aervlce to cliliene of Miami. The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid SoIciety will hold a Cake Sale in the lobby of Wilson-Chase Department Store on Central Ave. on Friday, January 5th. • • V There will be a Card Party sponsored by the iadicAuxiliary and Aid Society at the Congregation. 921 9th St. No. on Sunday Eve. Jan. 7th, 8 P. M. Mrs. Dora Goldberg and Mrs Stella Goldberg are the hostesses. All friends and tourists are invited. Economy Prices 10* 15' HOT CARDS With inn pieces of Butter. Maple Syrup TWO EGGS Toast and Rulter. Potatoes or Grits Baked Apple or Tomato Juice Cc Stewed Prunes or Orange Jfiiee CIVIC LUNCH 40 N. W. First Street ..^nkiilfSl l\llt\ jl'hnniKditralrr ISMI White Oak Leather %  Half Soles 35c %  i.ADIES HEELS 15rB | ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP | 240 N. E. Nirst A.t. 0pa. Corlez Hold !" %  REMEMBER — White Oak— Leather Will Wear Longer. I Give It a Test and Time Will %  Tell. M Tampa, Fla. Officers were elected by the Tampa Y. M. H. A. at a meeting recently at its temporary home 202 N. Boulevard for the year. They are Mr. B. J. Finman, pres., A. R. Berj ger. vice pres.. M. J. Mackler. trea[ surer, and Dr. Louis Rosen, sec'y. I Besides the officers, other members I of the Board of Directors are Mr. David Stein, Mr. H. N. Sandier, Mr. Ernest Maas, M. G. Rosenberg, Sol I Halizer. Sol Simovitz. Chas. Jacobs. I Dr. V. M. Rosenthal. and Irvin I Salsbury. Mr. Louis Wohl, 68. pioneer merchant of Tampa, died early Friday morning, December 29, at his residence 1037 9th avenue. He had been in ill health for the last year. He was president of Louis Wohl & Sons, hotel and restaurant supply dealers. Shortly before midnight he suffered a heart attack. Members of his family, all residents of Tampa, were at his bedside at his death. Funeral services were held at the home and also special services at the Temple at which times Rabbi Adolph Burger officiated. Mr. Wohl was honorary president of Rodoph Sholom Temple and one of the founders. a Miss Charlotte Cracowaner. a student at the Florid State College for Women at Tallahassee, spent the New Year holidays with hei mother Mrs. Annie Cracowaner. 210 East Park Ave., Tampa. ~4 [PRODUCERS ASS-H! OUR ASSOCIATION has invested vast sums In farm lands, herds, a modern city plant and deliverfleet. Our city plant pay roll of $75,000 per yeai and supplies costing sioo.000 per year makes our association a comnviv asset to Miami. By purchasing our dairy product you help Miami grow. All AMI HOME MII.K •RODICERS ASS'I* Phone 2-7696 f Htt ton SSQB 2241 HI St. Petersburg Rabbi A. S. Kleinfeld's sermon for Friday Eve. at Congregation Bnai Israel. 921 9th St. No.. Is "Problems of a Rabbi in The Community." Saturday morning services 9 o'clock. St* Regis Restaurant si R.VING "Florida's Finest American Jewish Dinner 446 Collins Avenue %  en Ith .v 5th 8ts Wi I Bid ol Street' MIAMI BEACH NOW OPEN "FLORIDA'S GREATEST RESTAURANT VALUE" 1 I I I I I 1 s I I I I I WHAT'S BEST TO EAT? There's No Difficulty When You Dine At • t WYLY HALCYON GRILL 28 N. E. 2nd Avenue BUSINESS MEN'S I.INCII 11:30 A. M. to 5 P. M. 25c and 35c DINNER 5:30 to 12 P. M. 50c 65c 85c and S1.00 FREE—Tea Cup Readings by Lady Rhey Make this your "AFTER SHOW RENDEZVOl S" ^Sfc 1



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wJewisti filariidliiai m
7. NO. 1
Jewish News
Around The
World
Mnawiinl Permits Italian Jews
In Raise Funds for German Jews
LORIDA'S ONLY JEWISH WEEKLY
MIAMI. FLORIDA. FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1934
Price Five Cents
Rome. For the first time
Since tlie persecution of Jews be-
gan in Germany, Italian Jewry ha-s
launched a drive for funds to help
their co-religionists in Germany.
Already 22,000 liras i$2,0001 has
been raised. No campaign has been
held until now because it was un-
derstood that it would not meet
with the approval of Premier Mus-
solini.
Football COkCh Joins Sabbath Ob-
servers and Will Shun
Saturday Games
Long Beach, Cal. The
Football team of the Long Beach
Junior College will have to get
along without Its coach at Satur-
day games next season or else get
B new mentor because Coach Oak
Smith has become a member of the
Seventh Day jAdventlsts. who, like
the Jews, keep Saturday as the
Sabbath. Smith informed the col-
........luthortthi thai '"' would not
be with the team on Saurdays be-
cause that would violate his re-
ligious scruples
IDs, .mini's Daughter Weds
Vladimir Horowitz
Milan. 11 a ly. Two great
musical names, one Italian and the
other Jewish, were joined when
Wanda Tuscanmi. daughter of Ar-
tiiio Toscaninl, the famous orches-
tral conductor, was married here to
Vladimir Horowitz, noted pianist.
Conference to Expand Jewish Adult
Education Among Women
New York.A, conference to dis-
cuss means of spreading the idea
of adult Jewish >education among
women and to exchange ideas on
problems affecting the Jewish edu-
catlon of American Jewish woman-
hood will be held on January 14 at
Temple Emanu-E" under the aus-
pices of the School of the Jewish
Woman. All Jewish women's or-
ganizations have been invited to
send three delegates.
Otto Kahn Urges Jews to Stand Dp
And Be Counted With
Their I eople
Conference To Beth Jacob Tamp Y.M.H.A.
Begin Soon Plans Building Purchases Home
*
Plans for the Florida conference
Of Orthodox and Conservative Rab-
| bis and laymen include the discus- \
slon of important communal prob- !
lems of the State affecting the wel-
: fare of the Jewish synagogues and i
Institutions throughout Florida.
Subjects for discussion by promi-
nent laymen will be assigned by the
Agenda Committee which Is head-
ed by Mr. Stanley C. Myers presi-
, dent of Beth David Congregation.
A discussion of the papers Will fol-
1 low. Problems to be acted on are
| Inter-synagogal activities, Inter-
community interests. Synagogue at-
tendance, financial problems, and
child and adult education. Great
Interest Is being shown by a num-
ber ol communities In the State
who have signified their Intention
to bring a large delegation to Miami
and Miami Beach for the sessions
which will last two days, January
21st and 22nd. Sessions will be held
Sunday morning and afternoon, a
banquet Sunday night, and two
sessions Monday afternoon and
night, with a sight seeing trip
Monday morning. A meeting of the
Greater Miami conference commit-
tee will be held sometime next
week.
At a special meeting of Beth Ja-
cob Congregation, Miami Beach,
plans for the erection of a ont
story Talmud Torah building to be
built in the rear of the Synagogue,
were adopted. The building com-
mittee which will have full charge
of the erection consists of Jacob
Becker, Harry Wasserman. Harry
Levitt, and I. L. Mintzer. The build-
ing will provide four class rooms
for the Talmud Torah and Sunday
school, which when the removable
partition will be taken out will af-
ford a large auditorium capable of
seating several hundred people.
Erection of the building became ne-
cessary because of the unprecedent-
ed growth of the Talmud Torah
under the learship of Rabbi David
I. Rosenbloom of the Congregation,
who came to the pulpit of Beth Ja-
cob during the past High Holy
Days. From the continual increase
in the attendance it became appar-
ent that a Talmud Torah would be
indispensable. A teacher will be
engaged shortly to assist the Rabbi
in the instruction of the children.
Girl's Division
Starts Contest
Morris Plan
Bank Moves
With the subject of "How the
Girl's Division of the Y. M. H. A.
can contribute to the general wel-
fare of the Jewish Community" as
the subject of a prize contest, the
Girls Division of the Y. M. H. A.
announced that entries could be
received for the best composition to
be written on this subject. Three
prizes will be awarded lor the three
best compositions, which must be
turned in not later than January
16th. Miss Bernice Schwartz Is
chairman of a committee that will
choose three impartial judges to
select the winners.
Fight Postponed
To Tuesday
New York. Otto H. Kahn
I he distinguished Jewish banker
and art patron whose Jewishness
lias always been, to say the least.
tepid, stirred an audience of 2,000
people at a rally of the Federation
for the Support of Jewish Philan-
thropic Societies, with a plea "to
reaffirm their loyal'y to Jewry in
the face of bitter and ruthless per- |
-edition." Mr. Kahn also said "this
is the time indeed for every one of
us to heed the call of the blood
which courses in his veins and loy-
ally and proudly stand up and be
counted with his fellow Jews."
Because of the inability of the
management of the Coliseum at
Coral Gables to provide adequate
seating arrangements in time, the
Johnny Rlsko-Jimmy Maloney fight
scheduled for last night was post-
poned to next Tuesday evening.
January 9th. Interest in this battle
is now at fever heat, with the pro-
mise that the winner will be given
The Morris Plan Company Ol
Miami, for four years at 105 N. E.
First avenue, has moved into larg-
er banking rooms at 46 W. Flaglei
si net The new quarters have been
equipped with modern facilities and
additional conveniences for carry-
ing on every phase of the com-
pany's service with the maximum
of efficiency, Vincent R. Bike, who
Is In active management, stated An
added feature i.s a safety deposit
vault containing 1.600 individual
boxes. The location was chosen. Mr
Brice said, for its greater con-
venience and accessibility, as well
a.s its added space.
The steady growth of the Morris
Plan Company's business since it
was organized here in 1925 by a
group of Miamians. is given by Mr.
Brice as the principal reason for ac-
quiring more commodious quarters.
Patronage has increased from a
few hundred savings and loan cus-
tomers the first year to more than
5.000. During December. 1933. more
than 250 persons opened savings ac-
counts. Mr. Brice reported.
The Morris Plan Company of
Miami operates under a franchise
from the Morris Plan Company ol
America. New York City, the pa-
I rent institution, and under the
supervision of the state banking de-
partment. Albert Morris, founder of
the first Morris Plan institution,
had in mind primarily an organiza-
The sale of the old German club
building. Nebraska and Ross Ave-
nues, for a Y. M. H. A. headquar-
ters building was announced last
week in connection with an an-
nouncement of a program of young
people's activities.
The building a three story struc
ture built about 20 years ago by
the pre-war German club at a cast
of about $40,000 was sold by the
Pilot Life Insurance Co. to the Y.
M. H. A. for $18,000.
The building has a large assem-
bly hall, theater, gymnasium, bowl-
ing alley, and other facilities for
athletic activities. Contracts arc-
being awarded for remodeling and
renovating. The Y. M. H. A. will
move in about three weeks from Its
present quarters, 1!02 N. Boulevard,
to its new quarters. The new Y M
H. A. program includes both cul-
tural and athletic activities to be
carried out through organization
within the organization. Including
the Dictator's club. Cosmopolitan
club. Fine Arts club and a number
of girls clubs.
i Announcements,
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orlhodoil
"I Wahinnton Am.. Miami Beach
DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi.
The usual early services begin at
i 4:30 with the late services follow-
ing at 8 p. m. when Rabbi Rosen-
| bloom will preach on "Immortality."
Cantor Boris Schlachman will
chant the traditional service. Sat-
urday morning services begin at
8:30 when the Rabbi will preach a
sermon in Yiddish on the weekly
Biblical portion. Shalosh Saudah
will follow Mincha at 4:30 p. m.
Saturday night at 9 p. m. the Rab-
bi will be hast at his home at a
"Mlavc Molke." and will deliver a
"Pilpul."
Jai-Alai
Fronton Onens
a match with the winner of the
Garnera-Loughran fight to be held tion that would serve the salaried
here next month. Promoting this
fight which should provide excel-
lent entertainment for the boxing
fans, are the well known fight pro-
moters Ed Douglas and "Pa" Strib-
ling. Tickets are now on sale at
strategic points in Miami. Miami
Beach and Coral Gables and should
be bought immediately because a
capacity crowd is expected. Both
fighters are popular locally.
individual, following the establish-
ment of credit, by making loans on
such terms as would make possible
their repayment without hardship,
at moderate rates of interest, and
also to provide a safe place for sav-
ings deposits. The slogan of the
company Is "No one ever last a dol-
lar of savings or interest in a Mor-
ris Plan Bank."
Officers of the Morris Plan Com-
Jai alai. the speedy Spanish
sport, returned to Miami last night
alter a year's absence.
Those who like to see the Latin
athletes flick the pelota from their
big. curved cestas; like to hear the
whack of the ball against the wall
and like to hear the players hurl
Spanish epithets into the atmos-
phere when they miss B shot will
travel out to N. W. Thirty-sixth
tree! and Thirty-sixth avenue to
.see the huge Blscayne fronton
again open.
Elaborate preparations for a sea-
son of 15 weeks have been made by
F. W. Wynn. president
The new operating company Is
compased ot stockholders who all
are Dade county citizens. A ruling
has been made that every employe
must have lived in the county for
three or more years, making the
fronton a strictly local institution,
with the exception of the players,
who are from various nations.
A group of well-known performers
has been secured for the season of
15 weeks. Among the players who
have arrived are Mir, Firmin and
Cesar of Mexico; Esquival of Peru;
Echeverria of Argentina: Alvarez
of Bogota, and from Havana, Mad-
rid, Fedcrico. Laguna. Charlie.
Hevia. Goyo. Gracia, Antonio, Or-
tega. Luis, Ramas, Llano. Hernan-
dez and Michelena, the "Babe Ruth
of Jai Alai."
pany of Miami are Dr. Joan Clay-
ton Gifford. president; A. M. Watts
and J. P. Simmons, vice presidents;
Mr. Brice, treasurer; G. C. Lyman.
assistant treasurer; Paul R. G.
Sjostrom. secretary, and D. W.
Brown, assistant secretary. Direc-
tors are Mr. Brice, Dr. Gifford. W.
H. R. Hecht, Mr. Simmons. Mr.
Sjostrom, R. L. Stewart, L. J. Stra-
nahan, Mr. Watts and Oscar
Daniels.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI
I Reform I
111 N. K. Nineteenth Street
DR. JACOB II. KAPLAN. Rabbi
Regular Friday night services
begin at 8:15. Dr. Kaplan will
speak on the subject "The Dogmas
of Science and the Science of Re-
ligious Dogmas."
Saturday morning class in He-
brew meets at 10 o'clock Sunday
morning at 9 o'clock the confirma-
tion class, and 9:30 to 10 beginners
class in Hebrew, and from 10 to 12
the regular Sunday School.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
'Conservative t
ISI V W. Third Avenue
MAX SHAPIRO. Rabbi
Early services begin at 4:30 p. m.
with the late services at 8 o'clock
tonight. The Rabbi will preach on
A RetrospectionHave We Lived
In Vain." in view of the close of
the calendar year of the citizenry
of this land. Cantor Louis Hayman
and the choir will chant the usual
traditional music. Saturday morn-
ing services begin at 8:30 a. m. The
Junior Congregation meets at 10:30
a. m.
MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
Ktrthodoi)
154J S. W. Third Street
JULIUS WASHER. Rabbi
The usual early services begin at
4:30 with the late services at 8:30
when Rabbi Washer will preach a
sermon on "Brick and Mortar." The
usual congregational singing and
chanting will be conducted. Follow-
ing the sen ices the Ladies Auxiliary
will be hosts in the vestry room.
Saturday morning sen-ices begin at
9 a. m. with Shalosh Saudah and
Mincha at 4:30 p. m.
Radio Synagog
Rabbi S. M. Machtei, founder and
director of the Radio Synagog, will
preach over WIOD at ten o'clock
on Sunday morning on "Arrogance
Or Modesty?" In addition to the
sermon there will be prayers, music,
scripture reading, and a question
box.

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, January 5, 1934
V
SOCIETY
:
Plans for the dance of the Ladies
Auxiliary of the Miami Jewish Or-
thodox Congregation to be held the
latter part of January or the early
part of February will be announced
in our next Lssue. This dance is the
tint dance for the current season
and is an annual event The pro-
ceeds are to be used towards the
upkeep of the Talmud Torah spon-
sored by the organization.
Both David Congregation was
host last Wednesday night to a
large number of its member.^
guests at a smoker in the Talmud
Torah building. Boxing bouts, and
vaudeville acts were presented, with
mi nfc served at the close of
th evening.

An important meeting of the
Greater Miami O mi A
tion was held la
at the Beth David Talmud Torah
building a in... port lor the
ix months was presented by
the finam. etary and the
(! that thirteen adult and one
infant death had beer, handled by
the six
monti The orga:..
which is operated b; ntativ-
, ol thn On Miami Syna-
thi >_rhood of Che-
. F::.. n the Jewish sec-
.:: the Wuodlawn Cemetery.
.: the Jew-
... urging the
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such other artlt they can
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Phone 8-6551 Evenings 20c
Sunday-Mondaj Ian. 7-8
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Waterfront"
o the rummage store operat-
ed by the organization.
ties are used t.
the welfai
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this time Th< thai an an
io bring them to t:
rticli illed :er
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He vill nov fet much
more for his money in
IheTOaCSlN STORES.
for information vrlte
or visit your local banlc
or authorized PRICES
DRASTICALLY REDUCED
OE^Al REPRESENTATIVE In U S A. Vo AMTO*r,, ?ftl fJVtH AVt.. NtVvbaiC.
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attend.

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ion of
ight 1 bo. will
Tivoll Theatre
Monday,
.rd Arlen. Mary
..... i leorge Burns
Ulen, Lor.a Andre and
:. head its all-star
ox-Road Co-Eds, a come-
tion I hoi Im pran i In
Coach
H the University of
rnia appi am in the
footi.. nces.
College Humor'' is a new-style
al comedya ; whirl!
the music, the comedy, the
.of the
parl thi |
stead of extra scenes thrown in al
: a campus
- d learn thi facl : lifi n
than mathematics and
n putatlons
. Idlron and lost In
boudoirs; where ki Ing n |
alculus on thi curriculum and pn -
croon to their classes tl
story, without
deal of sanity, but that's Just
it is Intended to be

Few actors any place in the world
ipproach the record <>i
Wilfred Lucas, veteran of morn
than ion picture ho pi ij an
Important role In "I Cover thi Wa-
terfront." Relianci intic thrill-
it h Clau-
|i tti Colbert Bi n I | on, Ernesi
i and othi r pen onalitie;
ed ii thi reel torj based
:.-. Miller's best-selling book.
It will be seen al the 7th Avenue
tn en S inday and Monday.
Sinci 1907 when many ol the
I toda; wer
unborn. Lucas has laeed the
r most oi the Important
mpanies In America and abroad
ears he was a star in his own
supported practlcal-
every star ol the past quarter
iry.
Lucas' characterization in "i Cov-
er the Waterfront,'' an Edwaid
Small production directed by James
Cruze, permitted him to take over
command'' for two days, of a
United States Coast Guard cutter
which figures in a spectacular
chase oi smugglers on the high seas.
*
Harriet Katzilf entertained last
week at a farewell party for Miss
Harriet Slaviter who left the city
with her parents. A number of
tames were played and prizes were
awarded the winner. During the
evening delicious refreshments were
ved

Mr and Mrs P Slaviter were the
ii -. oi honor last we< k at a fare-
well party tendered them by the
Woman's Club of the Workmen's
Circle on their leaving Miami to
their home in Tampa. Dur-
ing the evening a number ol fare-
well speeches were made and songs
were sung by the guests present.
Mrs. F. Slaviter was an active work-
er for the Woman's Club of the
Workmen's Circle and Its Shule
during the several years of then-
local residence. Following the for-
mal part of the evening's entertain-
ment, delicious refreshments were
served.

At a recent meeting of the Girl's
Division of the Y. M. H. A. plans
for redecorating the building were
discussed as well as for a series of
meetings at which the heads ol
local organizations and the Rabbis
of the Community will address the
members. Songs and dances follow-
ed the business meeting.

Mr. and Mrs. S. Tannenbaum
have as their guest Mr. Moe Harris
of New York City.

Last Sunday afternoon in the
presence of a large number of the
friends of the family the weddine
of Miss Sylvia Dreisen daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dreisen, to
Mr. Nat L. Williams son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Williams was solemnized
by Rabbi Max Shapiro of Beth
David Congregation. A reception
followed at the Antilla Hotel when
flu ceremony was performed. Fol-
lowing the reception the couple lei;
ior a honeymoon trip to points
North.
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FRIDAY. JANUARY 5. 1934
The Variety Of
Palestine Life
Palestine news contains vital
items: various stationery articles,
such as typewriter ribbons, carbon
paper, inks, paste, and so forth,
will be manufactured in a new
workshop about to be established
by a group of people, mostly Ger-
man immigrants, in Tel Aviv.
Several fishermen of Zeib. a village
near Acre, were recently arrested
when it was proved that they used
explosives for fishing purposes.A
big haul of dynamite was stolen at
the Athlit quarryA publisher of
books dealing with marital prob-
lems was fined in Jerusalem re-
the Nazis are being sold in Jeru-
salem.The citrus shipping is in
full swingHaifa is to have a fine
new water supply as a result of the
allocation of 150.000 pounds out of
the forthcoming two million pound
loan for PalestineColonel Kisch
in a speech on Armistice Day de-
clared: For every kilometer of
railway from the Suez Canal to
Jerusalem, fifty British soldiers fell
in this theatre of war'- (the Near
East).In Palestine football, the
Ha-Poel opposed the Maccabee at
Tel Aviv. In America this Jewish
sport interest can in part be dupli-
cated, for when the professional
Giants played the Dodgers, the New
York team was led by Harry New-
man, quarterback, and the Brook-
lynites by Benny Friedman, both
formerly of MichiganTwo Rich-
ard Kauffmans have settled in
Palestine: both are architects, and
both come from Frankfort. They
are not related to each other.We
read in the 'Palestine Post" that
a "Pre-Xmas Book Sale" la taking
place at Jerusalem; in the next
column there la an item headlined:
"Electrifying Nazareth." It tells
that Nazareth is to come into line
with hte other modern towns in
Palestine and will be electrically
illuminated by the Palestine Elec-
tric Corporation, with whom the
local authorities have concluded an
agreement. Work Ls already in
hand, and it is expected that at the
end of 1933 the installation will be
completed."In a third column, we
read that the Palestine Opera
Company is continuing its presen-
tation of "Rigoletto." Could any-
thing more abundantly illustrate
the variety of Palestine life?The
Scribe,
THE
B GLOOM
MacDonald, the League of Nations
High Commissioner for Refugees,
on his return to this country. After
pointing out that the number of
refugees Ls growing, he said that
the task of providing for them
"constitutes a challenge to the
principles of our civilization which
have governed the world increas-
ingly for nearly 2.000 years. We
must either respond to that chal-
lenge, or. as it seems to me, the
civilization we enjoy will receive a
terrible blow." He called upon the
entire world. Jews and non-Jews. Exhaustive researches show it is
who believe in the fundamental nlne tlmes as nard to administer
CHA^E!
A whale was lost 10 days in tran-
sit between Chicago and New York
Probably picked up in error by
some commuter with other Christ-
mas parcels.
principles of equality before the law
and of racial toleration, so painful-
ly won through the ages," to work
together to make the Refugee Com-
mission an instrumentality which
can "contribute in the fullest mea-
sure to the settlement of the refu-
gees in new homes where they will
have opportunities to build a new
life for themselves and to enrich
materially and culturally their new
homelands." Such an appeal can
not and dare not be ignored, least
of all by Jews.
the cod liver oil to a growing child
after Santa Claus has been and
gone.
"Pardon me," said William Spink.
at a dance, breaking in on a tete-a-
tete between his wife and Clarence
Shuler. "Pardon me. I hate to butt
in, but I'd like to dance with my
wife."
Whereupon Mr. Shuler smiled
winsomely and cracked:
"That's perfectly all right. I'm
sure she'll put duty before pleasure.'
A n Effective
Statement
If there still remained in some
quarters a doubt as to the inter-
cently.A huge oil fire recently oc- national implications of the prob-
curred at Haifa.A Palestine Tour- lem created by the plight of the
1st hunt has begun, in order to German refugees it has now been
prevent "illegal" Jewish entries.
There la an Increased demand for
Translating Theory
Into Fact
"The gold and silver standard is
beyond my comprehension," says
pay-as-they-catch-you Prudence,
"but the kind of a dollar that would
The Jewish back-to-the-land 'f^ "* ^ *" "e that the ln"
movement in this country has re- j,lment Electors wouldn't take
ceived a tremendous impetus thru
the granting of a $500,000 loan by
the United States Department of
the Interior to the Association for
Jewish Farm Setlements which has
devised a detailed plan for remov-
ing unemployed Jewish needle
trade workers from the crowded
urban centers to adjacent rural
areas where they can combine small-
scale farming and small-scale
manufacturing. The scheme, known
as subsistence homestead commun-
ities, is to be financed partly thru
the government loan and partly by
small investments made by the
prospective settlers. Linking indus-
trialism with agriculturalism has
long been discussed by modern
economists. This Jewish project will
As science tells us half a peanut
will develop enough energy for 30
minutes' thinking, surely our Lans-
ing legislators should be good for
an hour's concentrated thought a-
piece.
Art may be long, but the artist is
usually short.
Envy provides the mud that fail-
ure throws at success.
It's easy to fool a man who has
no faith in human nature.
A diplomat is a man who has ac-
uired the art of knowing how to
wait patiently until his turn comes.
What a splendid thing it would
be if people who lost their tempers
were unable to find them again
Nothing is calculated to jar an
eligible girl like a young man who
talks about his money but say;
nothing about matrimony.
When a woman goes visiting
nothing hurts her so much as her
inability to impress upon her hos-
tess the idea that she is used to
something better at home.
Harpo Marx Ls wowing hem in
Russia with his silent comedy. Many
feel it was a mistake that he was
never considered here for radio.
"The success of Mae West shows
plenty enough what the public
likes," says Photoplay Magazine.
And so, for that matter, does Mae.
While the Greeks have studious-
ly refrained from suggenstig to In-
sull where he can go, it is under-
stood they have a word for it.
A Milwaukee court sustains the
right of a wife to rifle her hus-
band's pockets, as it Ls wLser wher-
ever possible to adjust the law to
human nature.
Who remembers that once va'u-
able bit of business advice. "Con-
sult your banker"?
And you may sometimes judge a
man by the company that doesn't
completely dispelled bv the frank keeu him
' ',. not only afford a practical test but p
and effective statement analyzing
asbestos fibre-Books banned by this problem issued by James G.
JJn iflrnuniam
MOTHER
I She traveled the journey be-
fore you.
[She has known all the cost of
the way,
| She paid out the price to its
fullness
| That Motherhood only can
pay.
| She loved when the world
was against you.
I She hopedwhen your hope
sank and died.
(She clung to your hand when
the clinging
| Left scars in her heart deep
and wide.
| She laboredand lovedand
was happy.
I For down deep in her kind
heart she knew
| Your kindness and love would
repay her
| For all that she didjust for
you.
A. S. Sbocbet.
IDA SHOCHET
DIED 23RD OF TEBETII, 5688 (JANUARY 15, 1928)
In Loving Remembrance .... Her Children
will do much to restore a needed
balance to the economic life of
American Jewry at the same time
that it helps to cure in some mea-
sure the chronic unemploymeni
problem of the Jewish needle trades
workers.
Reich Reliability
ber of commerce at Basle, Switzer-
land, stated that the boycott ol
German products Is causing Ger-
many to default in her payments i<:
foreign investors.
Let us examine the facts. Let US
determine whether the head of the
Hitler Reichsbank may be relied
upon. Let us ascertain if it Ls pos-
sible for a Hitler leader to tell the
A man was held up at the point
of a revolver near Charleroi, Pa.,
and forced to drink a pint of liquor.
I hear the rush of thirsty to tin-
spot next day was so great that
hundreds were killed in the jam.
What ever became of all the
"human flics." or are they door-to-
door agents now at penthouses?
God Bless You
God bless you! words are empty
things;
We speak and think not of our
saying
But in this phrase forever rings
There are a billion dollars in truth about anything. The higher tenderness of pravma
Germany today. This vast sum of Dr. Schacht made the above It means so much-it means that we
money was invested in long term mentioned statement on Mondav Would have no fears or threats
German bonds. December 11. 193"1. distress you
On October 1, 1933. the Reichs- 0n Junp 9, ,933. long before a Nor have your heart timed to a sigh
Kredit-Gesellschaft. of Berlin, an German boycott was officially de- God bless you.
institution which is wholly-owned | ciared. Dr schacht was personally
by the German government, issued
a report claiming an increase in
exports for the month of 98.000.000
mark.
On Monday last. Dr. Hjalmar
Schacht. head of the Reichsbank.
speaking before the German chain -
responsible for the promulgation ol This trinity of blessed words
... _
a decree by the German govern-
ment providing for the suspension
of all payments of interest and
amortization on all German ex-
ternal commitments.
Thus, the head of the German
Reichsbank Ls apparently reckless
with his handling of the truth. In
any event. American holders ol
German bonds have received noth-
ing, which ls definitely contradic-
tory to the statement made by Dr
Schacht to the effect tha "until re-
cent months Germany was able to
pay 50 per cent on the interest of
her debts." This statement of Dr
Schacht s Ls a tlagrant untruth, and
no one is in a better position to so
categorize this deliberate falsehood
as Dr. Schacht himself.
Thus. American investors, or those
who would do business with Hitler
Germany, may be adequately warn-
ed. There seems to be no one in
Germany whose word may be taken
for anything B'nai B'rith Messen-
ger.
Holds all our wishes, oldest, new-
est.
The fairest deeds that can be
wrought,
The halest greetings, and the
truest.
It's more than wishing Joy and
wealth,
That kindly fortune may caress
you
That you may have success and
health.
God bless you!
God bless you! why, it means so
much
We almost whLsper as we say it;
We dream that unseen fingers touch
Our hands in answer as we pray
it.
May all it means to all mankind
In all its wondrousness possess
you,
Through sun and cloud and calm
and wind,
God bless you!
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, January 5, 1934
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Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
.j. Founder and Director. Radio Bynmgog of Amwlea
% Sunday Mornings WIOD, Miami, Florida
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* Vol. IV.
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 31. 1933
time that matter; accomplishment* that have lasting effeet* no
temporary flashes of sunbeams that cannot be chained. The immortal
ones whose names are indelibly recorded upon the pages of time left be-
hind them something that lived on after their years upon earth had
ended Then, of what value is it to count mere years? It appears that all
the other beings who spent time upon the earth have not lived. Nothing
is left of their remembrance. They just counted years; as in military
No^ t parlance, they 'marked time." They stamped their feet in one place but
progress. Of the many millions and hundreds of millions w
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I*************************************.......... at one Ume inhabited this earth, only few have lived. The others were
"Whv Count \ ears? born and died. As the year 1933. which began and which now ends, they
rame into being on this sphere, and, then, left for parts unknown. Just
a meaningless phrase. The world is not conscious of any improvement
Scripture Reading. Psalm (XXVII
At midnight, tonight, millions of human beings will escort the year "So^Zlr having"been here. Their presence here was counted in years
1933 to its exit and they will welcome the year 1934 upon
Thus a new vear will creep up on them unnoticed, though hilariously
received. The new year will be added to the sum total of their lives, and,
they will be that much older, and one step closer to the grave and ex-
tinction.In the commonly accepted view.
I ask 'Whv count years? Why is it necessary to label the passing of
time?" Arthur Brisbane, in his column, one day last week, in comment-
ing on the case of a voung woman in a local hospital as the victim of
amnesia, wrote, ". we are all in much the same condition. Here we
are on earth, identified by names given to us. We don't know who we
really are, whence we came or whither we are going when we leave here.
We go to and fro for a few years, eat, talk, grow old. then move on. and
the names that we had for a while, are put on tombstones. But who we
are. of what we are, or why we come here and then go. we know as little
as the unfortunate victim of amnesia." Reason ponders and has no
answer for this perplexing problem of life.
But Faith views the matter differently. Moses Ben Nachman, a
Hebrew poet of the Thirteenth Century, summed up the problem and
religion's answer in this verse.
"Ere time began, ere age to age had thrilled,
I waited in His storehouse, as He willed.
He gave me being; but, my years fulfilled.
I shall be summoned back before the King."
It is true that we know not the Divine Plan. but. in our groping
Faith, we believe that the soul is imperishable; that it has existed from
the beginning oi time "in His storehouse," and that merely fulfil His
bidding, for a time; then, we return whence we came. When you speak
to mi past and present. I ask you. Why count years?" What do
we know of Time? Where was today, yesterday? Where will it be. tomor-
row? Whither did yesterday go? Whence shall tomorrow come?
We speak of time; we have cut it into segments; and. we measure
life in terms ol year.-. We speak of youth and old age; we deal in human
flesh and label it "virile youth.'' "prime ot life," and senility." as if it
were so much meat on the butcher's block. We disqualify B man from
, ,-,,.,. ; tie bears the label oi a certain year of birth, which
we consider old; and we show a preference for a wine oi the vintage of !
i on labels and not on the objects they
I haw proven the folly ol that by exchanging the labels of a
cheap cigar and oi a high priced ad, then, having given then to
moker, I have watched hli enjoymenl ol what he
thought wa.- a hi h priced cigar and I navi seei ust at what he
red wa .. i heap brand ol cigar. The Sages of the Talmud warned
against rrors. They advised, "Do not concern yourself with the lug,
but. with what it contain There is a new jug that contains old i
and an old jug that dues not even ontain new wine." In this ma
they conveyed the thought that a young man may contain maturi
dom, and an old man may not even have the wisdom of youth.
What care you how old one is? What assurance doi Ive you?
What guarantee ol maturity in mental development accompanies Ion
years spent on this earth? None. The man or woman must prove him i II
It is so with the fallings commonly attributed to old age. I have met
men and women who had passed the age of sixty and seventy, and who
displayed minds more nimble than the average youth "in his prime."
and old men who were more modern and open-minded than the so-called
progressive of this generation. Years are as reliable an indication as the
cigar labels which I had interchanged.
We must avail ourselves of time and of its opportunities without re-
gard to the label it bears. We know only Life. And, we know only this
Life which we experience at the moment. Other existences, if they have
existed for us, are not part of our present consciousness. A Hebrew think-
er of the Fourteenth Century. Yedaya Penini, wrote, "Use thy time as
thou wouldst a doubtful companion: extract the good and avoid the evil.
Avail thyself of the few opportunities of improvement in his company
.... And remember that the companionship of time ls but of short
duration. It flies more quickly than the shades of evening, We are like a
child that grasps in his hand a sunbeam. He opens his hand soon again,
but. to his amazement, finds it empty and the brightness gone
As this year draws to a close, there are many who are grieved that
they did not acquire more of earthly gain than they now possess. They
consider the passing of the year 1933 as of a period of time during which
they had been cheated. Material wealth avoided them. Their eyes and
attention have been centered upon those neighbors whose earthly pi
sions outnumber their own. To these I wish to quote some pearls of wis-
dom by Solomon Ibn Gabirol.
"I compare a man in quest of worldly wood to the thirsty person who
lights upon salt water; the more of it he drinks, the greater his thirst.''
"A man in quest of worldly good is like a hungry dog who has found
a bone and gnaws it. From too much gnawing, blood oozes from its
mouth; and the dog licks the blood, thinking that it Ls from the bone,
whereas it is its own blood. Similarly while a man concentrates upon
worldly matters to the exclusion of the service of God, he imagines that
he is a gainer, whereas he Ls a laser since he is held answerable for his
actions."
"What advantage the poor man has over the rich! For thou never
findest anybody rebel against the Creator for the purpose of being re-
duced to poverty, but only to enrich himself."
Again I ask, "Why count years?" The number of years of one's life
is no indication of the Life. It is the accomplishments during the life-
i arrival. nol in acc0mplishmenU>. Vain counting.
But. in the words of John Edward Allen, I "Desire To Live."
I would not have my life be one of bliss,
Untouched by heart-ache, agony, despair
A pale anemic thing: My rightly prayer
Is that with each new day I shall not miss
High venturings, nor undeserve the hiss
OI envious human moles who never dare
To touch off rockets in their souls and flare
Above their deepening grooves.
O grant me this:
That I shall scale Life's peaks, explore its glooms,
Know mountained ecstasies, deep-valleyed pains
That when my last red sands by Time are sieved
And Fate has struck my sinews from her looms,
I shall have earned three words o'er my remains
Besides was born and died
'Between he lived'!"
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1H E JEWISH FLORIDIAN
SOCIETY

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I With the opening of Trotzky's of
lew York new restaurant at Miami
each, this section will be afforded
strictly kosher restaurant on
liami Beach with facilities and
Irvice of the most metropolitan
jiaiacter. In charge and under the
Irection of a member of the fam-
,s Trotzky family of New York,
liicli has enjoyed a reputation for
rict kashrus at all times both in
leu restaurants and summer
Jin iv.. the local branch will spe-
alize in serving the finest of
fcicheons, table d'hote and a la
In.' meals at all times. Attention
111 be paid to the catering of ban-
kets, weddings, and similar social
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functions. Thoroughly renovated the
beautiful dining room is a pleasant
place in which to dine.

Beth Jacob Sisterhood. Miami
Beach will hold an important meet-
ing next Monday, January 8th, be-
ginning at 2:30 p. m. at the home
of Rabbi and Mrs. David I. Rosen-
bloom adjoining the synagogue. All
members are urged to attend.

Mr. and Mrs. P. Scheinberg held
an informal reception and after-
noon tea last Sunday afternoon at
their home in Shenandoah In
honor of the Bar Mitzva of their
nephew Clarence S. Turkel. More
i-han 150 guests attended. The hos-
tess was assisted by Mesdames B,
L. Reisner, H. I. Magid. Chas.
Greenfield, and Miss Beatrice Tur-
kel. A buffet luncheon was served
during the afternoon.
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Beth David is sponsoring a gala
musical concert under the direction
of Cantor Louis Hayman who will
be assisted by Beth David Choir, on
Sunday evening. January 14th. be-
ginning at 8 p. m. Cantor Hayman
will be assisted by a number of lo-
cal and visiting artists
Beth David Sisterhood will spon-
I Bor a congregation dinner at tin-
Beth David Talmud Torah on Sun-
day evening. January 28th. full de-
: tails of which will appear in our
next Issue.

Miss Tease Steinberg with her
guests Miss Cornblatt of Columbus.
M and Miss Bea Israel of Shef-
field. Ala., who visited Miss Stein-
berg's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Steinberg in Miami Beach, return-
ed to resume their studies at the
University of Alabama.

Miami Chapter Council of Jewish
Women will sponsor a musical tea
at the Strathaven Hotel sometime
! in February in charge of Mrs.
Daniel Cromer who will be assisted
by Mana Zucca. The organization
SCENE OF "COLLEGE HUMOR'
will also sponsor a benefit bridge
party at the home of Mrs. Marcus
Weingarten. 5763 Pine Tree Drive.
Miami Beach, on January 16th.
with Mrs. Charles Greenfield as
chairman. Bridge classes sponsored
by the organization under the tute-
liage of Mrs. Albertson at her home
437 N. E. 29th st.. began last Tues-
day afternoon and will continue
through the season.
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The Miami chapter of Senior Ha-
dassah raised more than lour hun-
dred dollars which will be devoted
to the hospital work of the organi-
zation in Palestine, at the New
Year's eve ball last Sunday nigh)
at the Blackstone Hotel. In charge
of arrangements was a committee
headed by Mrs. Sam Simonhoff
Dancing and entertainment was
provided during the evening.
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community.
26 yeara' unbroken
aervlce to cliliene of
Miami.
The Ladies Auxiliary and Aid So-
Iciety will hold a Cake Sale in the
lobby of Wilson-Chase Department
Store on Central Ave. on Friday,
January 5th.
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There will be a Card Party spon-
sored by the iadic- Auxiliary and
Aid Society at the Congregation.
921 9th St. No. on Sunday Eve. Jan.
7th, 8 P. M. Mrs. Dora Goldberg
and Mrs Stella Goldberg are the
hostesses. All friends and tourists
are invited.
Economy Prices
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With inn pieces of
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Tampa, Fla.
Officers were elected by the Tam-
pa Y. M. H. A. at a meeting re-
cently at its temporary home 202
N. Boulevard for the year. They are
Mr. B. J. Finman, pres., A. R. Ber- j
ger. vice pres.. M. J. Mackler. trea- [
surer, and Dr. Louis Rosen, sec'y. I
Besides the officers, other members
I of the Board of Directors are Mr.
David Stein, Mr. H. N. Sandier, Mr.
Ernest Maas, M. G. Rosenberg, Sol I
Halizer. Sol Simovitz. Chas. Jacobs.
I Dr. V. M. Rosenthal. and Irvin
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Mr. Louis Wohl, 68. pioneer mer-
chant of Tampa, died early Friday
morning, December 29, at his resi-
dence 1037 9th avenue. He had
been in ill health for the last year.
He was president of Louis Wohl &
Sons, hotel and restaurant supply
dealers. Shortly before midnight he
suffered a heart attack. Members
of his family, all residents of Tam-
pa, were at his bedside at his death.
Funeral services were held at the
home and also special services at
the Temple at which times Rabbi
Adolph Burger officiated. Mr. Wohl
was honorary president of Rodoph
Sholom Temple and one of the
founders.
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Miss Charlotte Cracowaner. a
student at the Florid State College
for Women at Tallahassee, spent
the New Year holidays with hei
mother Mrs. Annie Cracowaner.
210 East Park Ave., Tampa.
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"Problems of a Rabbi in The Com-
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